Culture

July 18, 2014

Rupert’s Red Top: The Rise and Fall of Rebekah Brooks
6:00 PM

Peter Jukes watched the former tabloid editor’s extraordinary composure in court on every day of the hacking trial. Her story tells you everything you need to know about the way power works.

Unhappy Marriages May Produce More Daughters
2:15 PM

Upending a decades-long assumption that having daughters can lead to higher rates of divorce.

Virginia Woolf's Belated Obituary for Jane Austen
10:05 AM

What would Austen have written about if she'd lived a longer life?

The Google Mega-Campus Can't Compete With Coworking Spaces
12:00 AM

About one third of U.S. employees work outside the office—and this doesn't even include the nearly four in ten in-office employees who spend some time working remotely. That’s a lot of people trying to find a seat at Starbucks. Thats where coworking spaces come in.

July 17, 2014

The Terrible War on Pregnant Drug Users
10:45 AM

A large group of women are at risk of prosecution under such statutes, which virtually every leading health organization opposes.

July 16, 2014

Why Jill Abramson Gave Her First Interview to Cosmo
6:04 PM

It's not just because Joanna knows Jill.

Norman Mailer's Secret Hobby Was Trying to Draw Like Picasso
5:11 PM

Writing was difficult for the author; drawing was a joyful, spontaneous form of expression.

Americans Love Jews
3:21 PM

A new Pew poll shows that while Americans feel favorably toward Jews, they still feel coldly towards Atheists and Muslims. 

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